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      This incredible photos of a storm was taken by Mitch Dobrowner, a native of Long Island New York. It really show the power of Mother Nature but also shows how beautiful she can be.

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      Resembling a mushroom cloud, a monsoon thunderstorm drops a deluge on the dessert | Photography feature Mitch Dobrowner

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      Photograph by Mitch Dobrowner Lordsburg, New Mexico Resembling a mushroom cloud, a monsoon thunderstorm drops a deluge on the desert. The base of this cloud may hang some two miles above the ground.

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